Released in January (2013), Acer Liquid E1 has gained good reviews with its dual-core processor and mid-range price. However, just like any other smartphones, it also has problems. This post will present Acer Liquid E1 6 most common problems that its owners reported and complained about. Fixes and workarounds would also be provided to help users who want to troubleshoot the issues.
Problems and Solutions
- Soft-reset the phone so it would be refreshed.
- Close recently used apps including some of running third-party apps.
- Minimize the use widgets because these little apps do sometimes take a lot of RAM.
- Uninstall unnecessary applications to free up some space and stop services associated with them.
- Clear its memory (RAM) to get rid of corrupt data and force the phone cache newer ones.
- Factory reset the phone to bring it back to its original settings.
- Reboot the phone to eliminate the possibility of a temporary device problem.
- Disconnect from the network and "Forget" it, then reconnect.
- Go to the Advanced WiFi Settings and change sleep policy to "Never."
Addressing Low Memory
- Launch the phone's task manager and clear its memory.
- Minimize the use of widgets on your Home screen.
- Close running third-party applications that you don't currently use.
- If you haven't bought a microSD card yet, get one and use it.
- Transfer apps to your microSD card.
- Uninstall apps and games that take up so much storage space.
- Clear cache and data of apps you don't use and uninstall them.
- Make sure you have an active internet connection by browsing to a website.
- Those who are using mobile data, make sure you have network coverage.
- If you can login via the webmail, do it to confirm it's not a server problem.
- Double-check the settings, make sure all of them are correct.
- Reboot or soft-reset the device to refresh its memory and restart all necessary services.
- Go to the Application Manager and find Google Play Services then "Force Stop" it.
- Do the same thing to Google Services Framework.
- If all else fail, Factory Reset the phone to bring it back to its default settings.
- Take the microSD card out and let your computer / laptop read it.
- If the computer can read from it, backup all your data and reformat it, then see if the phone can recognize it this time.
- It could be that the card is corrupt, if you can, then replace it with a new one.